I blinked my eyes and the girl I met almost six years ago is about to embark on her academic career.
Big back-pack, little body, endless opportunity–it’s hard to keep my chin from quivering and eyes fill with tears.This new season brings many opportunities and challenges. Mostly I welcome them, a few I don’t– like waking up early and packing lunch.
Packed lunches is not new. It’s been a three day-a-week responsibility for the past year, however I’ve managed to mix and match different plastic containers to meet her needs.It’s serious now, this is elementary school. So that means I’m on the hunt for a durable, organized lunch container– free from plastic, dishwasher friendly and organized.
PlanetBox saved the day.
However, I was unsure how my daughter would react to a non-Frozen lunchbox.She fell in love and didn’t mind it’s character-freeness. She held on to it and asked what lunch she would get the next day. I could have said roasted broccoli and she would have said “sounds good!”
Now we are ready to face the newness of five-day-a-week school and a “big” little girl lunch full of delicious APLK treats.The only thing left to do now? Grab a few other Planet Boxes (and decorative magnets!) so I don’t have to wash the Rover every.single.day.
Pop on over to PlanetBox (click here to visit the site) and take a peek at why these containers will make your lunches a little more pleasant.
P.S. Here’s a few recipes perfect for any “big” little lunch: